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Biography of Charles Lindburgh from his days of precarious mail runs in aviation's infancy to his design of a small transatlantic plane and the vicissitudes of its takeoff and epochal flight from New York to Paris in 1927. Written by
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James Stewart was given the role of Charles Lindbergh after John Kerr had turned it down, owing to his disapproval of Lindbergh's pro-Nazi sympathies and his racist and anti-Semitic views. This was despite the fears of the producers that Stewart was too old for the part. See more »
Lindbergh goes to St Louis to get financing for the Paris flight from his St Louis banker friends. The real Lindbergh was a Captain in the National Guard at the time of of the famous flight to Paris. However in the film a couple of the St Louis banker friends refer to Lindbergh as "Colonel Lindbergh". Lindbergh was promoted to Colonel by President Calvin Coolidge only after he returned from his famous flight to Paris. See more »
[checking his copy]
Here at the Garden City Hotel, less than a mile from Roosevelt Field... less than three-quarters of a mile from Roosevelt Field... everyone is waiting, as they have been now for seven days and nights, waiting for the rain to stop...
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A great movie about triumph over all the nay-sayers who try to kill your spirit, achieving the impossible. I won't go on about it, other than to say that I liked to reflect on the this film when I'm facing something particularly daunting, and realize that if Lindberg could do what he did, I can certainly face the task before me. Definitely a "feel good" movie.
See it. You won't be disappointed.
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